High Holiday Services
From Selichot to Simchat Torah, together we leave the ordinary to relive the birth of the world, reflected in the new selves that we birth during the high holidays. Self-examination is a mighty task; that is why our tradition has us do the work together.
Please renew your membership or become a member now by visiting the Membership page.
Scroll down for information on taking part in 5782/2021 High Holiday services.
You can include the names of your loved ones in our Yizkor memorial booklet or offer Tzedakah by donating to HaMakom funds. You can also donate to our Kol Nidre Appeal. See the Donate page for more information.
All services are online via Zoom. Please join early to get settled, enjoy the music, and be ready at the posted starting time.
Erev Rosh HaShanah, Monday, 6 September, 7-8 pm
Rosh HaShanah Day One, Tuesday, 7 September 10-11:30 am
Rosh HaShanah Day Two, Wednesday, 8 September 10- 11:30 No Zoom
Kol Nidrei Service, 15 September, 7-8:30 pm
Yom Kippur Morning, Monday, 16 September, 10-11:30 am
Yom Kippur Afternoon, Yizkor, chanting, Neilah, Havdalah to Break-fast 5-7 pm
High Holidays Plans for 5782!
5782/2021 is Hazzan Cindy Freedman's 18th High Holidays with HaMakom! We will also be blessed with teachings by Rabbis Jack Shlachter, Min Kantrowitz, Judith Halevy, Neil Amswych, and members of the HaMakom community.
This year, HaMakom's High Holiday services will be designed for the deepest possible online experience. Services, held on Zoom, will be shorter than usual, but just as joyous, musical, and fulfilling.
If you have not yet renewed your HaMakom membership, please do so now. Once you renew, we'll send you the Zoom link for services 24 hours prior to the Erev Rosh HaShanah and Kol Nidrei services.
If you haven't yet decided to join HaMakom but would like to take part in High Holiday services, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, telephone number, and email address. We'd be grateful if you could contribute to sustaining HaMakom through this challenging time by making a donation; the suggested amount is $54, but no one will be turned away on account of inability to pay.